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aqueous
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Gulliver's Travels
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  • Some were condensing air into a dry tangible substance, by extracting the nitre, and letting the aqueous or fluid particles percolate; others softening marble, for pillows and pin-cushions; others petrifying the hoofs of a living horse, to preserve them from foundering.

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  • an aqueous solution
  • aqueous deposits

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